One way to gain blog readers involves having your blog featured on another blog so the readers of that blog, which may have more readers than yours, can follow the link over to your site. (The added links going in and out of your blog and the other blog help your blog and the other blog gain some traction in the search engines as well.) If those readers like your blog, they may come back day after day, thus becoming regular readers.
To help you gain some extra readers, or unique visitors, and links to your blogged blook, I wrote a post with a way to add your blogged book to a list. As time goes by, however, that post has become harder to find here on my blog. I do want to give you an opportunity to share your blogged books here on my blog. So, I’ve created this page to simply feature the list and make it easy for book bloggers to add their blogs.
You are welcome to add your blogged book to my list, if you like. There is one rule, however.
To add a blog to this list, you must actually be blogging a book.
What does that mean?
You must be writing your book from scratch post by post on your blog.
If I go to your blog to check it out, I should be able to find some of these things:
- a table of contents
- categories that look or read like chapters
- an “About” page that explains how you are writing a book on your blog
- some other indication that this is, indeed, a book being written post by post
If I can’t find one or more of these characteristics of a blogged book, I will remove your blog from the list. You can “appeal” via email to namir (at) copywrightcommunications.com.
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